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  • Monni1
    started a topic CIFAS MARKERS


    Hello All,

    I have a quick enquiry and was wondering if anyone could help me out. Some years ago, a once friend asked if they could transfer some money into my account as they had sold a car. I agreed although I was a bit weary. They had told me it was only going to be £5,000 and they...
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  • Redsaints106
    started a topic CIFAS Marker Removed

    CIFAS Marker Removed

    I am absolutely delighted that today after months of stress, sleepless nights and uncertainty I have had confirmation that the CIFAS markers placed on my file by Barclays have been successfully challenged and removed. I cannot thank Niddy enough for everything he has done to help me come to this outcome...
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  • Married women to receive £23,000 state pension windfall

    More than 74,000 married women are to receive a windfall of up to £23,000 after years of being short-changed by the Government on their state pension.

    In total, 200,000 women who were underpaid the state pension for years are due refunds totalling £2.9bn. Large numbers of elderly, widowed...
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    Regulator says bank failed to exercise controls over £264m in cash allegedly paid into customer’s accounts

    NatWest faces the first criminal prosecution under the money laundering regulations 2007 by the FCA. Photograph: Matt Crossick/PA
    Julia Kollewe
    Tue 16 Mar 2021 09.27...
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  • Need help removing unwarranted fraud marker

    Please don't be too harsh as I had only just turned 17 when this happened and didn't know what to do or what was even happening.

    I have tried to keep straight to the point and so hopefully its easy to understand.

    Thank you amazing people.

    In 2018, I was buying...
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  • Fraud on account- Desperate for advice

    Hello everyone,
    I'm a new member here and decided to open an account after seeing all of the helpful advice and support that you have been able to give to people with issues that I believe to be similar to myself. I'm in my 20s and have never encountered anything of this nature before, so I am...
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  • Barclays causes outcry by scrapping free post office cash withdrawals

    A decision by Barclays to pull out of an agreement allowing bank customers to withdraw cash from post offices for free has been criticised as “shocking”. The bank is the only one to scrap over-the-counter cash withdrawals at Post Office branches, with 28 other UK banks signing up to a new deal that...
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  • Fears Britain's £73bn credit card time bomb is about to explode

    Credit card companies have been hit by a further spike in customers struggling to pay their bills, according to data from the Bank of England.

    A net 25 per cent of lenders said they had seen a rise in borrowers failing to pay back what they owe in the second quarter of this year.
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    Last edited by Joanna Connolly; 11 November 2020, 15:41.

  • HSBC agrees to extend redress scheme for customers impacted by historical debt collection practices

    HSBC has voluntarily agreed to extend its redress scheme for customers who may have lost out by paying an unreasonable debt collection charge imposed by HFC Bank Ltd (HFC) and John Lewis Financial Services Limited (JLFS), the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced today. Both HFC and JLFS are...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post TSB pledges to refund fraud victims

    TSB pledges to refund fraud victims

    TSB has become the first UK bank to pledge to refund customers who fall victim to any type of fraud. The "fraud refund guarantee" will cover cases where customers are tricked into authorising payments to fraudsters, as well as unauthorised transactions. The move comes as the bank tries to...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Barclays customers can now 'switch off' spending

    Barclays customers can now 'switch off' spending

    Barclays has become the first High Street bank to allow its customers to "switch off" certain types of spending on their debit cards. The idea is to help vulnerable customers, particularly problem gamblers, or those in serious debt. However, all account holders can now block their own spending...
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    Guest started a topic CIFAS Cat 6 Marker Appeal - Halifax

    CIFAS Cat 6 Marker Appeal - Halifax

    Hi, I am new to the forum, so I hope this is in the right place and hopefully somebody will be able to provide some advice.

    I'll try to be as concise as possible without rambling, but as a little bit of back story, I am 27 and for the past 5 or so years have been on a downwards spiral struggling...
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    started a topic IN DEBT NEED HELP FAST


    Halifax overdraft: £5000 - Increased from zero to £5000 over the space of a couple of months a lot of which was gambling and they were also aware my credit card was almost maxed at the time.
    Halifax credit card £6500 - The first card i started using after buying a house in 2016

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  • NatWest closed my account! Someone please help me!! Cifas marker

    I was in desperate need of money so I came across some guy on Facebook who convinced me that he will make me money and give me 50% of whatever was made. I met up with him and gave him my NatWest bank card and details. He made 2 transactions of £500 to my account so £1000 in total and withdrew the...
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  • Lloyds shakes up overdraft fees - but still charges borrowers 52%

    Lloyds Banking Group has announced an overhaul of its overdraft charges that it says will improve the finances of the majority of its current account customers.

    But the new measures could result in far higher costs for some Lloyds and Halifax customers - and make these banks some of the...
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